If we had a media that actually did its job instead of promote the Democratic Party nominee, this would be common knowledge. On Friday, the Washington Examiner reported that Jennifer Pierotti Lim, the woman described by the New York Times as “the founder of the volunteer group Republican Women for Hillary,” works for “the largest lobbying entity in the country” and is married to “an alumnus of the Hillary Clinton campaign.”
Timothy P. Carney added:
Cosmo and the Huffington Post, to their credit, mentioned Lim’s employer: the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. None of these publications, in their positive profiles of the Clinton backer, mentioned her occupation: Lobbyist.
A lobbyist for the largest lobbying entity in the country gets on stage to praise a presidential candidate, and her job is basically omitted from descriptions of her. That seems odd.
A final detail that strikes me as relevant: Her husband is an alumnus of the Hillary Clinton campaign, and is a partner in a firm that has pocketed about $20 million from Clinton’s campaign and the DNC.
So why isn’t the so-called “mainstream media” all over this?
Of course, we all know the answer to that question. Today’s media — known here as the “Democrat-media complex,” is little more than the propaganda arm of the Democratic Party and has openly declared that its job is to keep Donald Trump out of the White House — truth and facts be damned.
This isn’t the first time Democrats have tried to push a “Republican woman” to promote their White House nominee. During the 2012 campaign, an alleged Republican woman used in a pro-Obama ad turned out to be a registered Democrat…
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